• Epson's EMP-1715 USB Projector

    <img src="http://tctechcrunch2011.files.wordpress.com/2007/01/g wireless. You can use the wireless to stream actual video in MPEG2 format to the projector, which also supports pausing, fast-forwarding and rewinding of video. In addition, the EMP-1715 can play presentations off a USB Key, meaning you can leave your laptop at home. The presentations on the USB disk can most likely be… Read More

  • Nokia Drops a Bunch of Phones

    Nokia Drops a Bunch of Phones

    Alright, so the quality on these shots is about as good as that Paris Hilton porn, but I’d hate for Biggs to get all messy for nothing. So here is some hot man hand on phone action for your viewing pleasure. Viewer discretion is advised: Here you’ll see the N95 at the top. It has a 5MP camera, GPS, word map, WLAN and HSDPA. Expect it to cost roughly $87215684265. Next in that pic… Read More

  • Microsoft May Cut Xbox 360 Prices by $100

    According to Taiwanese tech news site Digitimes, Microsoft will cut prices of their Xbox 360 consoles quite soon. They’ve negotiated price reductions with various equipment manufacturers in Taiwan, and can probably lower prices by 15-20% just thanks to the fact that parts have gotten cheaper. Microsoft may want to lower prices by Christmas in order to provide a nice incentive for the… Read More

  • Philips Offers Entertainment Solutions

    Philips Offers Entertainment Solutions

    Philips made official today a bunch of devices that have trickled out over the past few weeks. The Pronto TSU9600 remote costs more than my Philips HDTV. This remote includes compatiblity for virtually every device known to man through IR support. It, unfortunately, doesn’t include RF, but for $1,299.99, I guess you can make a concession (nice logic). It has 64MB of onboard memory and… Read More

  • Is eBay Bailing out of China?

    Is eBay Bailing out of China?

    It looks like a couple of factors may be leading eBay to leave the Chinese market completely. Shanghai Daily is reporting that eBay has agreed to sell eBay’s China division and its PayPal service to Tom.com, a company that already distributes eBay’s Skype service to the Chinese market. Two reasons are cited. First, eBay, which had as much as 90% market share in China for C2C… Read More

  • Nokia Drops a Bunch of Phones

    Nokia Drops a Bunch of Phones

    Alright, so the quality on these shots is about as good as that Paris Hilton porn, but I’d hate for Biggs to get all messy for nothing. So here is some hot man hand on phone action for your viewing pleasure. Viewer discretion is advised: Here you’ll see the N95 at the top. It has a 5MP camera, GPS, word map, WLAN and HSDPA. Expect it to cost roughly $87215684265. Next in that pic… Read More

  • Sony Reader: Company Loses Its Mind Completely

    Sony Reader: Company Loses Its Mind Completely

    Gizmodo has a writeup on the forthcoming Sony Reader. It’s DRM’d book greyscale book reader–that will cost $350. I’m not really sure what the hell is going on here. There are about 100 other devices that can be programmed to do this stuff, that also do other useful things. I like the idea of book readers, but to be practical, they need to be more than just book… Read More

  • Apple iPhone to Cingular?

    Apple iPhone to Cingular?

    Think Secret is reporting that Apple and Cingular have signed an agreement that allows the carrier to deliver the iPhone exclusively for six months in 2007. Other carrier will purportedly be able to carry the iPhone after the six month exclusivity arrangement. They’re also saying the iPhone will be a candy-bar, have a 2.2-inch display and a 3MP camera. It will, of course, be fully… Read More

  • Sirius Stiletto 100 is Coming… Surprise

    Sirius Stiletto 100 is Coming… Surprise

    Sirius officially announced today the Stiletto 100 portable satellite radio. This shouldn’t come as an surprise to anyone since we’ve been reporting on the Stiletto 100 for months now, but the officialy press acknowledgement signifies the impending release of the product. Sirius says that the Stiletto 100 will be available this month for an MSRP of $349.99. There are also kits… Read More

  • Jajah Just Launched Killer VOIP Product

    VOIP company Jajah just announced an exceptional new consumer service that will let many cell phone users access Jajah’s very low calling rates through their cell phone (and without using data services). Ok, it’s true. When I wrote about the woeful state of the VOIP market last week I knew full well that Jajah was preparing to launch a killer new product this evening (and Shel… Read More

  • Daily Crunch: DVD Bites Dog Edition

    Daily Crunch: DVD Bites Dog Edition

    Run, yesterday’s stories are going to get you! Smack Talk Talks Smack
    Joel Johnson Launches Dethroner
    Lucky And Flo Are Coming For You, Digital Pirate
    The Skype Mouse Makes Its Entrance
    Name That Squid Update Read More

  • Facebook Just Launched Open Registrations

    Facebook Just Launched Open Registrations

    We mentioned a couple of weeks ago that this was coming…moments ago Facebook removed the restrictions on registration and anyone can now become a member by joining a geographic network. They’ve also anticipated backlash from existing users who liked Facebook just fine as an exclusive club, thank you very much. New privacy controls were put in place in the last week to give… Read More

  • Microsoft Spinoff Wallop Launches

    Microsoft Spinoff Wallop Launches

    Wallop, previously a semi-forgotton Microsoft Research “sandbox” social network and photo sharing project, was spun off into a new, independent, venture backed business earlier this year (details here). Tonight at 9 pm California time, Wallop is launching a semi-public beta. Wallop is a Flash based social network that will compete with Myspace, Facebook and others that I mentioned in… Read More

  • WebEX to go mobile with SoonR

    Web conferencing giant WebEX and mobile/PC connecting startup SoonR announced tonight that they have entered a partnership that will let users access WebEX conferences via mobile devices. WebEX has launched a new platform called WebEX connect which brings together select third party services to be integrated with the company’s web conferencing. Mobile access to WebEX is expected to… Read More

  • Del.icio.us reports 1 million users – post Yahoo! growth tops all of Digg

    Del.icio.us reports 1 million users – post Yahoo! growth tops all of Digg

    Del.icio.us founder Joshua Schachter just posted to the del.icio.us blog that the service has registered its 1 millionth user. Schachter says that number has more than tripled in the last 9 months. The company was acquired by Yahoo! ten months ago, in December of 2005. Digg, by comparison, reported last month that it has a half million registered users. While del.icio.us came online in… Read More

  • GrandCentral could make phones lovable again

    GrandCentral could make phones lovable again

    Web based phone management service GrandCentral is launching here at DEMO and it’s one of the most interesting uses of VOIP I’ve seen yet. When you sign up for a GrandCentral VOIP number you can do all kinds of useful things with incoming calls and voice mail through the service’s web interface. Here’s a list of some of the features: Incoming phone calls ring on… Read More

  • Everyone Stop Panicking, Sony Style Prices PS3 Games at $59.99

    seem to be a little premature. All the games on Sony Style, Sony’s official store, are priced at $59.99. Activision says their games are going to be $59.99, and other third parties may be even lower. So relax, PlayStation 3 games should be around the same price as Xbox 360 games. It’s possible that Blu-ray prices will keep PS3 discs a bit higher than Xbox 360 DVD discs, but those… Read More

  • Man Saves HP Laptop From Battery Fire

    Thanks, no doubt, to all the warnings about burning laptop batteries on the internet, a man knew exactly what to do with his HP notebook decided to catch a little fuego. We wouldn’t recommend following what he did, but as soon as he saw smoke he pulled out the battery and threw it outside into the parking lot. His quick thinking saved his laptop from total destruction, but still left… Read More

  • Pyramat S2000 Sound Rocker

    , rocks you out in the reclining position. You can hook up your iPod, PSP, PS2, TV, or pretty much any device with the two RCA inputs. There’s even a strap and a place for your iPod to go, rendering it safe from any rocking of the literal and metaphorical sense that you may engage in whilst sitting in the chair. Pyramat S2000 Sound Rocker [MacWorld] Read More

  • Sirius Launches Subscription Internet Radio Service

    There were rumors weeks ago that Sirius, the numero-uno satellite radio biz in America, would be branching out to Internet streaming it’s content. Today they went ahead and launched the service right under our noses. Starting at $12.95, the service allows you to listen to the majority of Sirius’s content on your desktop or laptop, via Windows Media. No word yet on if… Read More